DRAWINGS FROM OUR ARCHIVE PERIODICALS IN THE LIBRARY
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PHOTOGRAPHS FROM OUR ARCHIVE

The RIBA's photographs collection boasts the world’s most extensive visual archive devoted to architecture.

Here you can browse through the vast collection of photographs, and find out more about the buildings behind the lens.

PHOTOGRAPHS FROM OUR ARCHIVE - Top Four Results

Story Ghoulishly Gothic

Ghoulishly Gothic

Gothic is the architecture of the pointed arch, the rib vault, the flying buttress, window tracery, pinnacles and spires. Here we discover some ghoulishy gothic images from our photographs and drawings archives

Building Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham was formally known as Birmingham Central Library, and has known many changes over the years

Story Crittall Manufacturing Company

Crittall Manufacturing Company

The Crittall Manufacturing Company has made an immense contribution to modern architecture in Britain and abroad.

Building Charing Cross railway station

Charing Cross railway station

Having celebrated it's 150th anniversary, Charing Cross railway station is a true historic London landmark.

PHOTOGRAPHS FROM OUR ARCHIVE - Other Results

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Calton Hill and its monuments

Contrary to popular belief, the Charles Robert Cockerell's monument overlooking Edinburgh was not left unfinished.

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Brasilia

With a sense of optimism and vision, a new city was made possible in the middle of Brazil.

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Tyne Bridge

An engineering landmark and a symbol of Newcastle.

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PERIODICALS IN THE LIBRARY

Discover 150 years of architectural history from across the world through around 2000 journals titles at our British Architectural Library.

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The Beeching Axe

The impact of the 'Beeching axe' report on Britain's railways is still felt half a century after its publication.

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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY

Our library is open to all, with some of our books dating back hundreds of years. Here we take a look some of our most favourite items.

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